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1 June, 2015 11:05

Burlington Transit and PRESTO are sponsoring two free lunch and learn seminars at the Burlington Seniors Centre to learn more about taking transit, the city’s newly expanded Community Connection service and the PRESTO farecard. This is a joint initiative between Burlington Transit and PRESTO (a division of Metrolinx). Limited spots are available for each session with prizes, giveaways and each attendee will even receive a free senior PRESTO card with $5 pre-loaded. Details below and in the attached flyer.

Join us for a public transit Lunch n’ Learn event either

June 9

or

June 17

(11 a.m. – 1 p.m.)

Burlington Senior’s Centre

2285 New St.

Learn about:

PRESTO

Taking the bus in Burlington &

“Community Connection” service

Pre-registration required.

Contact Lori at 905-335-7869 ext. 7521

or

lori.hand@burlington.ca

FREE

Prizes ~ Giveaways ~ Lunch

Invite_BTsenioroutreach2.pptx

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